Vibrant, contemporary, and a rising star of the city, Bomonti encapsulates the rich diversity of Istanbul. Mosques, churches, and synagogues stand at a stone’s throw of each other, a testament to the area’s cosmopolitan nature.
Bomonti takes its name from Ottoman Empire’s first beer factory, built here in 1890 by Adolf and Walter Bomonti. It is precisely this factory’s evolution that is morphing the neighborhood into the most sough-after location. Bomontiada, the city’s latest and greatest cultural spot, is now located within the grounds of the historic beer factory. The city’s most prestigious live music venue Babylon, an innovative co-working office, restaurants, a gastro pub, exhibition spaces, weekend bazaars, and performances put Bomontiada at the center of the city’s cultural hub.
The city’s first certified organic bazaar is held in Bomonti every Saturday, pulling in locals as well as the city’s top chefs. Feriköy Antiques Market, held every Sunday, serves as a perfect opportunity to appreciate the storied past of the city.
Nişantaşı and Taksim are within walking distance, with the Osmanbey metro stop only a short distance away. The new tunnels make Bomonti even more accessible with quick access to TEM and Dolmabahçe
Spa and Fitness
The House Hotel Bomonti has a 510 sqm state-of-the-art gym with the latest high-tech fitness equipments and a pilates/yoga studio. The spa combines modern and traditional wellness with a classic saunas, steam rooms, and treatment rooms, where a wide range of treatments, including facials and massages, are offered.